Baxall has launched a new range of feature-rich cameras - the CDX series.
Building on the technology and feature set of the CDSP range, the CDX cameras offer extra features and more configurable options to choose from. These include S-VHS video output for exceptionally high resolution colour images, variable peak-white inversion to display a pre-specified level of white light as black, and gen lock, which is now available on the colour models in addition to the monochromes to prevent images from 'rolling'. The peak white inversion feature is ideal for external nighttime applications as it allows extra detail to be seen, such as number plates which would normally be impossible to read due to the car headlamps 'blinding' the camera.
The CDX cameras also feature eight backlight compensation (BLC) window configurations. In situations where people are entering a building they are often seen in silhouette by a camera as it tries to compensate for the varying brightness. BLC addresses this by instructing the camera and lens to ignore certain areas and stop trying to 'compensate' for them.
The CDX range is suited for specialist applications where high performance or complex profile changes for radically changing lighting conditions are required.
For further details contact Baxall, tel: (0944) 161 406 6611.
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